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Once again, Citizens in Space is back at Maker Faire in the Bay Area.

This year, we’ve combined booths with our next-door neighbor (NASA). Come see Citizens in Space, PhoneSat, and the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, all in one booth.

On Sunday, Citizens in Space will take part in a DIY Space Chat at 4:00. Also taking part will be Peter Platzer, co-founder of NanoSatisfi, which is developing the Ardusat satellite, and Matt Reyes from NASA Ames Research Center. Keith Hammond, projects editor for Make Magazine, will moderate.

Maker Faire, produced by Make magazine, is a two-day festival of do-it-yourself science, engineering, art, and crafts. Maker Faires are held in various places around the US, but Maker Faire Bay Area, which takes place May 19 and 20 at the San Mateo Event Center, is the oldest and largest. About 150,000 people attend each year.

The map below shows the location.

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Written by Astro1 on May 14th, 2013 , Citizens in Space, Events

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